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BRIGGAN KRAUSS WITH H-ALPHA

As part of his week-long residency at the Stone (NYC), Briggan Krauss will be featuring projects and collaborations with a stellar line-up of guests, including H-alpha with Ikue Mori, Jim Black, and special guest Nels Cline.

More on Briggan’s residency June 10-15: https://www.facebook.com/events/246954488824726/?ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular

 

 

YOU + KULTUR SHOCK: SUPPORT THE FUTURE

After 900 concerts in 40 countries over 18 years, Kultur Shock invites you to get a little closer to the action…

The band is in the final throws of fundraising for their next album, learn more below and give what you can to ensure more KULTUR SHOCK!!

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SUPPORT: SUMI TONOOKA’S “FOR MALALA”

For Malala- A Jazz Concerto For Piano Trio and Symphony Orchestra

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From the Artist: “For Malala is a new musical endeavor inspired by and dedicated to the young Pakistani student activist, Malala Yousafzai, who was shot in the head for her advocacy of educating girls and all children in her home country. Her story has moved me to action by composing a special musical work as a form of musical advocacy. The new work will be premiered and recorded during the 2014-2015 season by the NorthWest Symphony Orchestra under the direction of conductor Anthony Spain, and I will be the piano soloist.

I am sharing this project at an early stage of its development in the hopes you might be interested in supporting the work. If you can support this project in any capacity, together we can make this idea a reality.”

Click here to learn more about the project and for the opportunity to help realize For Malala.

SJCE COMPOSER CHAT 3: WAYNE HORVITZ

The Seattle Jazz Composer’s Ensemble presents: Composer Chat! SJCE talks with Seattle composers in their environments about music and the music making process. And we have coffee.

Episode 3: We talk with the great composer, pianist, electronic musician, and bandleader: Wayne Horvitz.

Featuring Music composed by Wayne Horvitz

1. Julian’s Ballad – performed by Sweeter Than the Day
2. 55 in Concrete #1 – part of the new project 55: Music and Dance in Concrete
3. Fond Farewell – performed by Gravitas

www.waynehorvitz.net

www.seattlejazzcomposersensemble.com